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Ed Dowd: Survey Shows Rise in Disability Since Vaccine Rollout

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:53 min | 18 hrs ago

Ed Dowd: Survey Shows Rise in Disability Since Vaccine Rollout

"A statistical survey that imputes the bigger number. It's a household survey done every month, 40,000 people to 60,000 people are pulled. And in the survey, they ask, are you disabled and able to work or is someone in your house disabled? Unable to work. And that number was 29 to 30 million for the prior four years. 5 years. And it's shot up into September. Actually, September, October this year to 33 .2 million. So when we look at that from a statistical standpoint, the rate of change starting in May of 21 took off, and we saw three standard deviation rate of change of bad meaning. There's a signal there. This is only supposed to happen at .03% of the time. If you look at the actual graph of the disabled, it looks like a gross stock chart that was basing and then broke out of a trend. In my business, I would buy that trend and do work on it to figure out what's going on because something's going on. We then broke my partner's advanced technologies broke down the numbers. And we can see that since May of 2021, May of 2021, that the disabled. Employed people hadn't experienced an increase in their disability rate of 26% versus the general population of 11%. So those two data points as society of actuaries and the disability data show and I put this in my book and there's other confirmation from Denmark and the UK and all sorts of things that young people, especially employed young people experienced a much higher disability in depth than the general population. So as detrimental to your health to be employed in 2021 and it continues in 2022.

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The latest in sports

AP News Radio

01:59 min | 4 d ago

The latest in sports

"AP sports, I'm Ben Thomas, on a big day in college football and the big game had Ohio State hosting Michigan. Then in cap on how it played out. CFP number three Michigan stuns number two Ohio State 45 23 JJ McCarthy threw for 263 yards and three touchdowns and ran in another to help Michigan outscore Ohio State 28 three in the second half and approved a 12 clinching a spot in the Big Ten championship game. Job's not finished. We got so much more to do. CJ Stroud sauce for 349 yards and two touchdowns, but it was too late interceptions that sealed the buckeyes fate, Ohio State drops to 11 and one. Number one, Georgia overcame a slow start to beat Georgia Tech 37 14 and finish another undefeated regular season one number four TCU crushed Iowa state 62 14. But Michigan's decisive victory over Ohio State does offer some hope for playoff aspirants. Correspondent Mark Myers reports in USC took a giant step closer with a 38 27 win over Notre-Dame. Quarterback Caleb Williams encountered for four touchdowns, one passing in three running for the now 11 in one Trojans. Williams is now considered the leading candidate to capture the Heisman Trophy. But LSU tripped up falling to Texas a and M 38 23 head coach Brian Kelly. We just, for some reason, we're off today. In Clemson lost by a point to South Carolina, Alabama took the iron bowl 49 27 over auburn, coach Nick Saban says, despite two losses, the crimson tide merit playoff consideration. This team didn't give up on themselves. They didn't give up on each other. They kept fighting and won some tough games. Tennessee thrashed Vanderbilt 56 to nothing while Oregon state stunned Oregon 38 34. In the NBA, the raptures Lakers rockets and sons all winners, the NHL, oilers, hurricanes, blues, Maple Leafs, Devils, islanders, avalanche and Canucks at the World Cup Argentina over Mexico, France towns, Denmark, Australia beat Tunisia and Poland topped Saudi Arabia. Ben Thomas AP sports.

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What Makes People Happy?

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:03 min | 2 weeks ago

What Makes People Happy?

"All right, everybody, Dennis prager, I was thinking in Denmark last week. Of people happy and it's almost impossible to note, although I have strong happiness radar after traveling somewhere outside of the United States every single year. Since I was 18 years old, or 19 years old, except for 2020 when it was not simply not possible. Even 2021, I went to Hungary. And of course I just went to Denmark. And it's I have a certain assessment of how I judge whether people are happy, a few assessments. They're not easily described, they're often sensed more than describable, but that doesn't help you any. So I'll give you some descriptions.

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Why Diversity Is Not Our Strength

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:13 min | 2 weeks ago

Why Diversity Is Not Our Strength

"So I was thinking about this in Denmark last week, always listed as one of the top happy countries, Finland number one. The people who assess these things have biases, most people do. And they believe that the more of your needs that are taken care of by the state, the less you have to take care of yourself. And the more the state does, the happier you will be. So I think it is true that you will be more content, I don't know that you will be happier. Happy people look at their lives as one of achievement, whether it is in the micro, making a family, or the macro in the professional life. And I don't think content and happy are the same thing. I also might note again and again and again. One of the many lies of the left is that diversity is our strength. It's just not true. The least diverse countries are the happiest.

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Qatari World Cup organizers apologize to Danish TV crew

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 2 weeks ago

Qatari World Cup organizers apologize to Danish TV crew

"It started as reporter rasmuss handhold was speaking to a news anchor on the TB two channel We are live on Danish television Three men drove up behind him on an electric cart and tried to block the camera lens Mister you invited the whole world to the you invited the whole world to come here Why can't we film It's a public place Ken holt showed the men his press credentials But you can break the camera You want to break it again Okay you break the camera Okay So you're threatening us by smashing the camera Qatari World Cup organizers have apologized They've denied claims that there are strict limits on where media can film in Qatar Denmark's soccer federation has also been one of the biggest critics of Qatar over its record on human rights and treatment of low paid migrant workers I'm Ed Donahue

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The World Blames the US for Harmful Ideas

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:23 min | 3 weeks ago

The World Blames the US for Harmful Ideas

"Know that the former a former prime minister of Denmark, her daughter, woman, her daughter, had her breast removed? Former recent prime minister of Denmark, they told me, obviously, in Denmark, I didn't know that. And do you know how many Danes blamed for this? America, and you know what? They're right. The sick crap that comes from this country is the first in American history we are a net exporter of harmful ideas. You know how painful it is for this America loving patriot to say that? We are a net exporter of bad ideas for the first time in American history because the left dominates American culture. This is one of the themes of contemporary life. What bad idea will we hear from America next? To think to think, God, from 1776 till about, I don't know, ten years ago. America was associated with liberty. With family life with the being the most religious of the industrialized western democracies.

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Why Election Integrity Matters

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:10 min | 3 weeks ago

Why Election Integrity Matters

"Mentioned about the notion of there's fraud and there's fraud. And let me get into that here in just a second. And the phone number again is one 8 prager 7 7 6, but as we work our way through various election day issues, my questions for you, how do you think it's going to go? What do you think and we got this Arizona weirdness 20% of the tabulations going just something going squirrely in Maricopa County where Phoenix is just and everything just gets hyped up because of the trust that has been destroyed. By past indiscretions, past disconnects with the regular procedure. That's why we are not as a people in a trusting mood. Okay, you've heard this a dozen times and you're going to hear it for a 13th. Are you ready? When people go there, it's the cleanest election ever. It was pure as the driven snow. It was perfect. It was perfect. How dare you cast aspersions? And they say that there was no widespread fraud. It didn't have to be widespread in 2020. A few votes in a few states would throw those very states, Michigan, Pennsylvania, would throw them from Trump to Biden. So just a little bit of impropriety could go a long way. And what were those improprieties? Were they the kinds of fraud where a judge was ever going to bang a gavel on the bench and say, I hereby declare Trump absolutely one Arizona by a thousand votes. That was never going to happen. And so all of this, Sydney, Sidney Powell, Lin wood, craziness, and God bless them for, especially Sydney, known her of her for a long time. That was never going to work. But what was going to work was something that had origins right here in my state of Texas. And that was called the Texas challenge. It was our attorney general who will win today, Ken Paxton. And 17 or so other states going straight to the Supreme Court and saying something is rotten, something's rotten in Denmark. Something great in Denmark, Dennis prager is there, back tomorrow. But anyway, something's rotten in 17 states, at least.

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Mike Gallagher Confirms He Has COVID Again

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:14 min | 3 weeks ago

Mike Gallagher Confirms He Has COVID Again

"Here's a text message on the MyPillow text line. Mike, those COVID tests are completely unreliable. Try again. You don't know me. How many do you think I've taken? Don't you know me by now? Tried four. All four of them with a bright red. Oh, I got it. Believe me, Phoenix. You're not talking to some ordinary run of the bill hypochondriac. I take it to a whole new level. Eric, do you have the organ music? We got to get Mark Davis's Gregorian chance. Mark was playing because that's me. I told my kids last night. All right, kids. It's been nice knowing you have got COVID again. I'm going to the light, we got the organ music playing, the Gregorian chants. Like the candles, nah, I'm not going to miss them. I'm not going to miss a minute of the Mike Gallagher show. I mean, for crying out loud, even if they wanted to give me an award in Denmark, I wouldn't miss a day this week or next. It's the election. One of the biggest elections we've ever seen. I kid. I kid my friend Dennis, who is going to be off for a couple of days in Denmark, receiving a well deserved award. But for me, Matt, I'm not going anywhere right here.

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The Threat to the Left

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:27 min | Last month

The Threat to the Left

"So listen to this. So this is the hill piece by Juan Williams. An incredible 67%. No, no, no, excuse me. Excuse me, I skipped a few lines. Voters say inflation, not the threat to democracy is their first concern. I would be very interested to know if it were ever put in the way that it should be. Are you more worried about inflation or the threat to freedom? Are you worried more about inflation? Or the hundreds of thousands of young people who say that they are the opposite sex and sick doctors are helping them in every way possible by medically transforming them. In some hideous Frankenstein ish experiment being done nowhere else in the world, of which I am aware. I'll report to you if Denmark has anything analogous. When I come back next week, how can anyone close their eyes to the big picture a threat to our nation's political stability, by the way, I really should write a piece on this piece. To decipher the terminology of people on the left. Threat to our nation's political stability means threat to the left.

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Former Agent Steve Gray on When He First Saw Problems Within the FBI

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:24 min | Last month

Former Agent Steve Gray on When He First Saw Problems Within the FBI

"Take us through your journey, Steve. What are the first things that made you realize. There's problems in Denmark to say? To quote Shakespeare, there are problems in the state of Denmark. Well, you know, you know, there's always been whispers, but you know, I first noticed it when I noticed that the FBI started shutting out conservative agents and they stopped promoting conservative agents and they were only promoting those agents that they thought were more liberal. The other thing was they were pushing those conservatives out. Trying to get them to retire. Along the same lines, they're doing the same thing with the support personnel. And they're still doing it today. They're trying to get rid of these old conservative support employees by offering them huge buyouts. Throwing tons of money at them to get them to retire so that they can bring in younger, more liberal individuals that they can control easier and change the bureau forever. And when you say they're doing they are doing that, they're pushing these people out, whether it's SOS staff, intelligence analysts, or what have you. Who's the they? Is it HR in the RA in the field office? Is it D.C. the Hoover building? Is there a locus of antipathy to conservatives? Absolutely. It's FBI headquarters. And they're the ones that are pulling the strings on all of this.

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Nord Stream 2 pipeline seems to have stopped leaking, Danes say

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 months ago

Nord Stream 2 pipeline seems to have stopped leaking, Danes say

"Denmark's energy agency has said one of two Nord stream natural gas pipelines has stopped leaking The company operating the pipelines which runs from Russia to Germany informed the Danish energy agency that the pressure in one of the pipelines had stabilized the agency said this was an indication the leaking of natural gas had stopped Recent undersea blasts that damage the Nord stream one and two pipelines have led to huge methane leaks Nordic investigators said the blasts have involved several hundred pounds of explosives Russia's president Vladimir Putin has accused the west of sabotage U.S. officials said that Putin's claim was trying to shift attention from his recent annexation of parts of Ukraine

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4th leak reported on Nord Stream pipelines in Baltic Sea

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 months ago

4th leak reported on Nord Stream pipelines in Baltic Sea

"Another leak has been found on the pipelines that transport gas from Russia to Germany the fourth leak or one of the Nord stream pipelines has been reported off the coast of southern Sweden according to Swedish coast guards all four detected leaks are in international waters Two near Sweden and two near Denmark the Danish and Swedish governments believe that the leaks of their countries were deliberate actions before the leaks were reported explosions were recorded by seismologists with one glass being the equivalent to a magnitude 2.3 earthquake some European officials are blaming Russia for any possible sabotage who stands to benefit from higher energy prices however many others warn against pointing the finger too soon I am Karen Chammas

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Can We Trust Our Intelligence Agencies?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:57 min | 2 months ago

Can We Trust Our Intelligence Agencies?

"Get a lot of questions of you asking Charlie, how do you feel about the midterms? How do you believe we're trending? Things are getting better. They really are. I'm very worried about this Nord stream situation though. This Nordstrom situation could be a curve ball could be something that nobody anticipated in more ways than one. Tucker Carlson had some phenomenal coverage of this last evening. Let's start with cut 81 and walk ourselves through it. Play cut 81. But we should tell you that maybe not coincidentally today a brand new pipeline was unveiled. The pipeline that carries non Russian natural gas in roughly the same area as Nord streams one and two. This is called the Baltic pipe. It was inaugurated in Poland. It will carry natural gas from Norway through Denmark to Poland and other countries nearby. And it's likely to do very well since now, it has less competition. It's a very sad moment where I have to take pause and wonder if our government was behind this. It would be so unspeakably reckless and irresponsible. I am not saying our government is behind it. I'm asking a question. The same government that exaggerated to the extent of the weapons of mass destruction in Iraq invaded a sovereign country, lied about the origins of COVID, lied about the underlying problems of the 2008 financial crisis. Asking about all these things. Our government has not earned our trust. Latest report shows that our government is involved in over 23 proxy conflicts across the world, 23 proxy conflicts. Would our government actually make a very bold step to intervene in the sense of destroying an international pipeline?

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The Left Still Holds on to Tyrany

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:06 min | 2 months ago

The Left Still Holds on to Tyrany

"Denmark knows how dangerous vaccines are to young people. Why doesn't New York City? Kid can't compete in sports, the healthiest kids have to take a vaccine. How many healthy kids have died of COVID? Here's another horrible part of New York City. Every one regardless of vaccination status, by the way, what does that even mean? If the vaccine works, why should there be anything regardless of vaccination status? It means it means it doesn't work. That's the only thing it could mean. We don't care if you're vaccinated. You have to wear a mask when in a healthcare setting. Poor people who work in these healthcare settings. So all of my doctors at the hospital that I go for my surgeries and checkups and everything, they're all still wearing masks. How many of them believe that it's necessary?

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"denmark" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:31 min | 3 months ago

"denmark" Discussed on KOMO

"Years. Queen Elizabeth's love life can be written in one line. She fell in love at age 13 with Prince Philip, royalty from Denmark and Greece and 18 year old cadet in the British Royal Navy with the war coming on. They met several times during the war when she was still a teenager. And I think it's clear that she never had eyes for anyone else. I think they must have had real attraction. It must have just been banned. And over the course of the next few years, they exchanged letters, they wrote to each other regularly. Family was slightly alarmed, but much more alarmed with a court. Who thought penniless Greek prince? No, thank you. Today is victory in Europe day. When the war was over, Elizabeth had her own battle to fight. Philip proposed, and she accepted, but she hadn't consulted with her parents the king and queen. They were unconvinced, Philip seemed too outspoken, rough, had lots of German relatives, and that was difficult right after the war. Her father asked her to wait to see if her feelings changed. It took about a year. But the queen was determined for future queen. And she basically said to her father, look, I'm 21 now. This is the man I love. I am devoted to him. I want to marry him. She got her way and got her prints. Their wedding was close enough to wartime

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Zombie ice from Greenland will raise sea level 10 inches

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 3 months ago

Zombie ice from Greenland will raise sea level 10 inches

"A study has found Greenland's rapidly melting ice sheet will eventually raise the global sea level by at least 10.6 inches more than twice as much as previously forecast The reason behind the dramatic climb is zombie ice doom dice that whilst still attached to thicker areas of ice is no longer getting replenished by parent glaciers now receiving less snow study co author William colgan a glaciologist at the geological survey of Denmark and Greenland says without replenishment the doomed ice is melting and will inevitably raise seas the ten inches in the study is more than twice as much sea level rise as scientists had previously expected from the melting of Greenland's ice sheet I'm Charles De Ledesma

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Denmark Ukraine Digital Backup-Backup Intro and Wr

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 4 months ago

Denmark Ukraine Digital Backup-Backup Intro and Wr

"Volunteer archivist are digitally preserving Ukrainian heritage religious sites monuments and museums have been destroyed in Russia's war in Ukraine a new digital project is offering a way to keep these places safe The fastest way to erase a people's national identity is by destroying their cultural heritage So when we saw exactly that happened we knew that we needed to do something and we needed to do it fast Tao Thompson with virtual futures as part of an effort to document historical sites in Ukraine digitally Soren liqueur Janssen with blue shield Denmark says this lets ordinary Ukrainians become volunteer digital archivists They can help protect their own cultural heritage Not only the big monuments and what you haven't seen but also what you find being important cultural heritage And that is a completely game changer All the processing can be done in the cloud just 100 images are required to create a detailed 3D scan I'm Ed Donahue

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What Is NATO?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:23 min | 4 months ago

What Is NATO?

"What is NATO? NATO is the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. NATO was formed post World War II, and it was formed with the idea of trying to hedge against the Soviet Union. Now there are some good reasons for that in the Soviet Union was an evil empire in more ways than one. Albeit, I don't think we're quite honest with some of our relationship with the Soviet Union. We did partner with the Soviet Union to defeat the Nazis. After that there was this mad dash of who will control Europe and NATO was formed. NATO has 30 member countries. These countries, Albania, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia Lithuania, Luxembourg, Montenegro, the Netherlands, North Macedonia, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, turkey, which I never quite understood. United Kingdom and the United States. These are 30 independent member countries. And there is what is called article 6. The article 5 article 6 of NATO, which is the mutual defense clause of NATO, which is an attack on one, is an attack on all.

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 US regulators clear way for more monkeypox vaccine shipments

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 5 months ago

US regulators clear way for more monkeypox vaccine shipments

"U.S. regulators have cleared the way for more monkeypox vaccine shipments to the United States I am Lisa dwyer with the latest U.S. officials say thousands more doses of the monkeypox vaccine could soon begin shipping from a Bavarian Nordic plant in Denmark The Food and Drug Administration says it has completed a required inspection of the overseas plant where the two dose shots are manufactured and onsite inspection is required before vaccines from a new plant can be cleared The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends the vaccine for people who have already been exposed to the virus and their presumed contacts That includes men who have recently had sex with men at parties or in other gatherings in cities where monkeypox cases have been identified I'm Lisa

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"denmark" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

03:08 min | 6 months ago

"denmark" Discussed on ESPN FC

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"denmark" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

03:03 min | 6 months ago

"denmark" Discussed on ESPN FC

"This direction and Belgium is coming down the wrong way. As for the Netherlands, what I think was really interesting to see today is how dynamic they were from the midfield forward and passing the ball forward and eliminating lines of defending and then once they found spaces in the final third, how decisive they were with their movement and how decisive they were with their finishing and Memphis by scoring goals and very wide scoring goals and then options coming from behind as well. They seem to have a lot of resources going forward. And it feels to Steve's point. Again, that this is a team that has a hunger about them, that they are there is something to prove. And at times with the Netherlands, the question has been more of a mental one than a physical one, and if this is a team that is able to get out of their own way, I think they have enough talent to create problems for people in the World Cup. What do you think Jill should we be paying attention to the Dutch in the World Cup? Oh, yeah, for sure they were very impressive tonight. Again, against a very, very poor Benjamin team, but they were good. They've been good for a while since Vanguard came back really in the way the play tactically, the structure of the game, the team, they know exactly what to do. Tonight, class in the young in midfield with just fantastic. Again, it's easy when you play against van Eyck and witzel, which is especially who is 55 years old and can't move anymore. So for them, it was a lot of fun, but when you've got that kind of domination in midfield, it makes everything else so easier for you really and the way they move the ball was fantastic. They could easily have scored more than four as well while not really being threatened defensively apart from maybe the casting show on the post early on. But fantastic performance really and again, this is early, they still have more games, but they've got some depth in the squad as well, which is very interesting because you could imagine van hard changing a few players. We saw that in our case starting at the back instead of the left, for example. So they've got even more options on the bench. I think it's fantastic and certainly keep an eye on them before the workout. Can I just say about Belgium? It wasn't too long ago that we were talking about Belgium as the golden generation. But this golden generation seemed to have been around forever. And there doesn't seem to be the next golden generation. Where is the next line of talent coming from Belgium? And so the fact that they're dependent on the names that Steve mentioned and the names that Jules just mentioned, it is alarming in that they went from the golden generation to this team is going to win a lot of things to not win in anything to now running out of time. And it's happened very, very quickly. And guess what? This guy's not going to get any younger. And if there aren't any other players that can step into this position, so you begin to see the picture for Belgium. It's getting out of control and it's not something that would be very positive going into the World Cup. No, well, I wonder who will be going to the World Cup with them out of Wales and Ukraine. That.

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"denmark" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:57 min | 6 months ago

"denmark" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Yeah, elsewhere in Nations League action. We saw Belgium taking on the Netherlands, get you caught up in everything that we saw in that game. 21st minute is where we're going to pick things off. And it would be Nathan aka bringing Romelu Lukaku down. Lukaku was an able to continue a subbed off. Yeah, I mean, it's a little clumsy. Tough to see exactly what he does here, but he's clearly not happy. And hopefully to precautionary move. Let's take a look at the opening goal in this one then 40th minute. What about this from Bergman? It's a beautiful head for a red wine. He's allowed to come off the back line. He finds that spade turns and then nobody steps from Belgium and he decides, you know what? Let me just find that far post and he does that perfectly. To the 51st we'll take it, Netherlands on the break, Stephen Burke house would play through botta de pai, who scored. Yeah, great ball right through the heart of the defense and a super furnish, but not these catching him. Daily blend on the pitch today, Stevie. I've got to mention from you. Don't bring scar in here to make it three Dell. Still haven't figured it at all. Well, actually, involved in the action here, headed pass at Memphis. How about the reaction from boyata or lack thereof, huh? Tell you what, the backfield was just horrendous on it. Yep. I Belgium would find themselves a late goal very late on in this one from batshuayi, but it finished four one to the Netherlands or take a look at the standards, obviously, just the first game for these two sides as well and everybody in action in Nations League Wales and Poland playing out there. Stevie, what do you make of these two teams know that we are in a World Cup year? I look at two teams in the different specs. I look at one team in there that.

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"denmark" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

03:35 min | 6 months ago

"denmark" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Came at the end of a similar mistake. Again, from tier one on there. So we knew there were things to work on defensively, especially since dejan moved to about three with the two ring bikes come on and on days. But overall, it was just not good enough. He's been a bit of a tough week, of course, because on Tuesday, the addition lost his father. So he was not on the bench tonight, but again, I think the answer that and the response that he would have liked from the players was just not there tonight. Should France be concerned in what's a world copyright Stevie? No, I don't think so. No. As I said in the commentary about the injuries, it's a journey and had the competition being started in July, then maybe, but they've got so much time to figure it out. I think you just got a lot of time as well. You figure out whether he's going to play with three or four because I think what you saw today is you need to get a defense regardless of the opposition that knows exactly what they're doing. That everybody is in tune because the two goals they lost were about a back lane who just went and turned. So this will just drive home that it's so important, even though you've got some of the greatest players in the world going forward, you still have to defend. So I think that's where he should take out his gear. You mentioned some of the greatest players in the world going forward. What a lovely goal from Korean Benzema alley. Well, it's a player who is quite confident these days. Let me just tell you, his ability in tight spaces inside the 18 yard box. What we're seeing from him is that at the highest level, he is seen a picture that is slowing down for him while it is fast for everybody else. And that is a wonderful feeling. It's like being in the matrix. Everything is moving slow for you, fast for everybody else. Because he's seen so many clear pictures, the goals are just flowing. And they're just happening and the combination is there and he knows where the next pass is going to be and he anticipates where the defenders coming from. So I'm coaching to the inside. And while he's doing that, taking a touch around the first offender, he's already feeling the other defender come by, flyby, cut them to the inside as well. And then at that point, I'm just going to pass it into the back of the net. That's confidence cutting. At the top of his game. Absolutely jewels you have to say that for Kareem Benton Myers looking mighty fine once again for France. Yeah, incredible. When you think that he's only trained twice yesterday and the day before, because he arrived late, he joined up the group late after the Champions League Final, of course. He displayed, I think I looked 57 games or something crazy like that already this season. And yet to be able to pull on a performance like this and Ali is right, it's so high on confidence and on adrenaline and on everything positive that you can find and you name it, then of course you want it to start. And of course he was going to start. And of course he was going to do well. We mentioned earlier what happened in the first half where by himself pretty much he dribbled past the whole defense of Denmark and then there's a one two with content and then he just can't hit the board like I think he would have liked and he's blocked by a defender, but he made things happen tonight is called the goals that was more than he did pretty much everything good that fronts did was through him. He's 37 goal for the national team tonight is getting closer to Michel platini record. Records is still quite far away from Giroux and Ori, but it's getting close and when he's in that kind of form is unstoppable at times. Jules any concern to them buffet's injury tonight. We heard from some gustavus who was on the bench today who is the dash on the.

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"denmark" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves

Travel with Rick Steves

14:25 min | 1 year ago

"denmark" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves

"He's been abandoned and there was no more shipping and there was no mondays and and the people in english creeping when they figured out that last bank was actually closing down. They couldn't even have a bank anymore. What they did was incredible because they all they all. These volunteers got together. The retired ill attrition was doing stuff and and he's a node it's going let's get some knife in the in the in the main square of it was creeping. You have this incredible place at a bar restaurant shop a beer brewery. They have the most perfect beer you can give just a new energy for sculptors the doing whiskey. I mean and all that again brought more people and things happening. So let's see what's happening down the generation. That's the and i understand. There's some special that attracts a lot of people for their wedding. Yeah what's going on there because there's a lot of you see a lot of wedding parties there. Well you can do that. You don't have to do that. In richest areas such a romantic setting. But it is easier to get married. And then magi you from two different nationalities. so if you have different analogies you don't have to come with fifty different documents and you know going back in so you have you have generations right. You have the kiss wedding. The kiss wedding keep it. Subdued beat simple company go to denmark and it was figured out because he's such a romantic setting. Why don't we have this whole waiting. You know enterprise eighteen so this is part of regeneration aids. There's hundreds of wedding hundreds of meetings. I don't remember how many nationalities but it's really interesting. You ask anybody in coming to this remote island in denmark so fascinating. Nsf was that he thank you so much for look at arrow highland endesa. Because we're all going to go see hans christian andersen and we're going to all go to copenhagen peace come to go over the visit to the island of errol yes. Oh yeah tucson. Tucson tech Tweak owns our next steps. Are in italy fred plotkin. That's been celebrating the magnificence of italian food and culture all his adult life. he'll tell us which region above all others is. The pinnacle of what makes it so special for him. And a pair of italian tour guys share a few reasons why they enjoy going to the island of sicily as much as foreign visitors. Do we're at eight seven seven three three three rick at travel with rick steves. Italy is so popular and everybody seems to go to the same places. Venice florence rome. Tuscany the rivi on more and more important is to challenge to leave the crowds and amelia. Romania might just do the trick. This is one of italy's and europe's wealthiest regions emilia-romagna as part of italy. That includes two of italy's great university cities. Lots of address can history some top notch cultural and culinary pleasures italophile. Fred plotkin joins us now and travel. With rick steves to tell us why. Emilia romagna is one of his favorite places to visit. Let only in italy but anywhere fred fund. Giorno thank you so much for joining us. Well thank you for asking me to talk about emilia-romagna it's the region. I've spent the most time in italy. I went to college in bologna. And when i came back to the states after living in italy for many years i wanted to write a book about it. This was about nineteen eighty one. And i said. I want to write a book about emilia-romagna and the editor said is that your girlfriend. They do not even know that it was an italian region. Things have changed radically in that. Thanks to you. Thanks to food writers. Thanks to me. People know that italy has twenty regions. This region is one of excellence every single thing touches whether it's cinema whether it's opera verdi with from their fellini with from their georgia. Money is from there. It's a that level of quality and most people say to you that the best food in italy is in their home town plus bologna. It's fabulous. I just love talking with you because While i love your book you wrote to italy for the gourmet traveller and much as i am passionate about learning about a culture through the history and the art you are the man for learning about a culture through its cuisine and of course. That's a big part of. I would imagine you're attraction to emilia-romagna we'll talk about food in a moment. First of all you call yourself a pleasure activist. What does that mean and then does that have something to do with. Why you appreciate amelia. Remind so much. They're definitely connected. If i did not realize that myself before certainly happened in bologna when i was twenty pleasure activism to me is about the fact that we've been given this fantastic gift of our five senses and most people barely used them. We taste wheat. We eat but we don't savor we here but we don't listen we see but we don't absorb we'd touch what we don't feel my lightning bolt realization was. Let's take advantage of these gifts and in bologna in the million romani. In general all the senses are activated activism for me comes from activation of the senses and pleasure is a good thing hedonism. We can talk about. But pleasure is a good thing and is one of god's gifts that we want to take advantage of and bologna emilia-romagna seemed designed for that. Okay so let's talk about this regional emilia-romagna we know venice. We know tuscany and florence. This is the area in between right. It is in fact. The rail line goes florence bologna venice but in the other direction near. Milan is the via emilia. Which is a roman road that went from basically the po river. All the way down to the adriatic seat linking important city such as piacenza parramatta reggie amelia modina bologna and then out to the sea. Rimini is on the sea. they're great towns especially fit out of which i love which is not on the via emilia and throughout the region or small. Duchy's town that i love. You may have been there cold custom. Fill out of cuarto in the province of potenza. You have these gyms everywhere. These little towns that are rich in culture rich in agriculture and food tradition and the level of cooking in this region to me is unparalleled anywhere on earth not japan not france. No gathering of places that i can name has better quality cooking day in and day out the million remind you so you're talking about cooking. Is that different than the quality of the ingredients or the Tradition of the cuisine Or do you mean all of that well. The quality of ingredients is essential. Julia child said that great cooking eighty five percent shopping and to me. The greatest food markets know anywhere in the world or in bologna. It's not fancy But for example. If i were to go to market and salad like that tomato in bologna they would not say. How many do you want. They would say what are you using it for and i would say to make sauce and they were sitting. No you want this salad. You want that tomato for sauce. One that tomato to put up to age for the winter would ever every single ingredient that they could point to. I didn't know the fennel could be male or female and how the flavor is different how to select a fish had to cut a fish how she should be served. They're so passionate about every ingredient that they automatically assume you are too and they want you to know everything they know so my education really in cooking and knowledge of ingredients happened in bologna. Now fred does that present. You a little frustration when you want when you want to enjoy something that's Bullen as or parmesan or something. And you're not in emilia-romagna and you can't get the same quality of the ingredients that makes the magic hand made pasta melia. Manja is one of the great gifts to our culture and knowing how to do that is like learning to make strudel in vienna once learned. You can never accept anything less so therefore bologna and emilia manja for me. Turn me into a home cook. And i won't eat out italian food terribly often. I eat out foods that i don't prepare. I don't know how to make indian or japanese food. So that i will dine out with but i would rather cook italian at home and the great thing in italy all over but certainly in bologna and manja. You take cooking classes you learn how to make volume. They're incredibly proud. And frankly they want to maintain the tradition. And if italian young men and women won't learn it. But if people from asian north and south america american elsewhere in europe are willing to learn it better that way we maintain the tradition. This is culture maintaining the tradition in italy in small towns. I've seen there's that passion for this. I'll never forget going to forget the tomba's little town and there was a festival where the older kids were teaching the younger kids how to make a good ravioli and it was designed to pass the the passion and the and the expertise in the flare down to the next generation so it stayed out of my have been recco and liguria where it was destroyed in world war. Two in the only legacy they had was their food and every child in enrico were raviolis are taught to make it so that they will teach the next generation. There you go. this is travel with rick. Steve's we're talking with fred. Plotkin and fred written this marvelous book if for anybody that wants to appreciate italian culture through the cuisine. It's called italy for the gourmet traveller. Our phone number is eight. Seven seven three three three seven. Four to five cates on the phone from austin texas. Kate thanks for your call. I thanks for letting me call in. I'm a big fan of both of you I lived for a year and bologna and it completely altered my relationship with food. I felt like everything shifted in my eyes with food. When i um i got there just in the way you eat food the way you prepare food the way you will sit around the table and it's an event. I was lucky enough also to live with two italians. one was local. And i asked her sister for her recipe for ragu and she looked at me and she said don't do recipes the recipe and she just sort of described her process. And that's still the the same quote unquote recipe. I use today for my ragu which takes several hours and his worth every minute of those hours. But i also wanted to say that. I feel like a lot of people. Don't appreciate bologna as a spot on the tourist trail and it's really a city of hidden beauty in other words things to see rather than to eat right now. One of the things. I think is really remarkable so you know tuscany. Florence and venice. Everybody knows everybody goes but if you walk under the age of bologna you'll see incredible beautiful history that just sort of jumped out on you. Like the piazza couple. The garden the park Margaret does a really beautiful parks on. Domenico is a beautiful church which has to tiny little michelangelo's sculptures in there and people. Just don't go they. Just don't think about when you teach by the way those not cheap if i'm correct that's the famous arcade. Walkways that bologna's noted for sat right there about forty kilometers of them in the city and they are lifesaver in the horrible winters. And then the horrible summer spring and fall the most beautiful time go to bologna so even basing yourself in bologna. It's an hour to florence. It's two hours to venice. It's easy to get everywhere from there. The connections are are very very easy. You know. I think florence and venice are getting tougher and tougher just from a masses of tourism point of view. And you're just part of that you're part of the mob whether the elected or nut in so many ways but in bologna i would imagine. It just feels more italian. Does i feel like. I was forced to learn how to live like an italian because i was living in bologna lie. Sister studied in florence for a semester. And she didn't come back with a word of italian then. I spent a year in bologna. I had to learn italian. I had to negotiate in the market and the food market It was a much more italian experience. And i think getting an apartment living there shopping in the market and making some meals. It's really a remarkable city that i think falls off a lot of people's radars when they think i'm going to go to italy and i'm going to see all the spots but it's just for the food alone. The year i lived in italy. I had one bad meal and that was entirely my fault. Thanks for coming in along with the. Thank you eight. Seven seven three three three seven five and martinez coming in from atlanta eighteen. Hey rick hey fred. I'm a huge fan and thanks to your book. I made a food pilgrimage to amelia. Remind ya a few years ago. I thought i knew everything about it. My grandmother piedmontese. And i know about that creasing but after reading your book i really was a food pilgrimage. I went to modina. I wanted to see how amoco deniger happens and boy. It's nothing like what we have in the stores here in the us and i also visited bologna and it is a beautiful city and it is a city where i felt like i was living as a temporary local i went to the google bossy market And just marveled at the quality of the food. There that martina because i just think these markets in that part of italy just are. They're hard to appreciate unless you're actually there. What's what's an experience you.

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"denmark" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves

Travel with Rick Steves

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"denmark" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves

"If anything was appropriate for hoogly it is era is cute. Cute in cozy travel with rick steves. We're talking with except we're talking about arrow in denmark. Phone is eight. Seven seven three three three seven. Four to five and stevens calling in from cutter. He wisconsin steven. Thanks for your call rick. Hey have a have. You been to have my wife and i. We spent four nine narrow scoping in twenty eighteen I believe my wife took a picture of every door doors. They're incredibly beautiful. The nightwatchman tour took the.

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"denmark" Discussed on The Wise Fool

The Wise Fool

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"denmark" Discussed on The Wise Fool

"We also have the certain level also language in common and that this unity's still still is important so in a weather. Nordic ministry of culture condo represents nordic family in a way. I know this was really an important thing in the eighties. And the starting on the night this but the nordic became a little bit wishy washy and i think at least for the oxygen artist really would like to be international and you know there was thinking that plus something different from being. You're like nordic or you were international. So they weren't interested in being identified as lordy. You wanted to be part of the rest of the artful in way so these kind of nordea. Collaboration wasn't really so strong anymore. But maybe ten eight lost years. It's really become more and more potent again. I think that we really see that that. The nordic also has something important for us and that's of course with the social democratic ideas. I mean it's like yeah. We need this neighbor and common culture to have a focus. Only okay so. I was just asked by the ministry of culture two seats in that program and we gave money to applications. So this is what north culture point that that granting system. It's a cultural program that grants money. It's amazing i was. I had looked at it and it's astounding. I hope some point to be able to apply for something from it. I should and i think at end..

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"denmark" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

06:24 min | 1 year ago

"denmark" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Moments you think. Oh i can do something with guy i can do. Something look at his skill. Look at the goal then that stops because he only does it one week at a time he only does it one game and then disappears for another three games. And then he's injure and you don rely on this type of player into the future. You already know it's been five years which it's amazing to me that it's been five years. You're ready know what you have in madison. Has he been good enough to bank. Your future on anthony mantha. I don't think so. I i think you move on from this and i think he would want to move on from this as well. He had some positive moments. Some flashes but those are the flashes that have kept them around this long. Those flashes do not come around all that often. And so if your mind to say united you have to think about what's best for you and what's best for us probably move on. I would also say jane sancho better be worth all this mess and all i honest s and this movement and this guy goes and he can't offer jin sancho to come into this cup well he better be worth it because his name has been thrown around for two years now and i'm anxious and excited to watch this kid play because all all is to just wait until then central gets you now. That's what's going to change. We'll see. Let's keep talking about english players and manchester clubs. Hurricane be going to manchester city. We've always seen that jack relation. Maybe both of them going there and now the new name. That we're seeing reese james what you make of this gills very interesting. We knew that pep guardiola. Who doesn't reject tastic tolerant and we talked about and kane in the last few days and we also explained to all viewers certainly would be loose. Let's put it that way would be loose. Okay not really there. But there's a point where you cannot the make and just spend like hot forbidding on players because because be too much and i think if you do gradation kane how left you have four. Someone gems full maybe other positions. Because we've gyms would be expensive. The thing we say about james is his brother. Plays sorry sister plays former united women team. And not maybe the to being in the city would like the idea however if you reject and you just won the champions league whichever with thomas to her who trust you a law whether you plaza right wingback now as we so the end of this as as right-center backers when the future for you see looks very good so i'm not sure how you convince him to leave to go to city again but i thought that was a very interesting Core from pepin and city really series going for him. You talk about the loose financial play right now in the current climate. We're in in football. And jill sucks about them taking the make. Why shouldn't they take advantage. Nadim what do you make of it. Your former club. I'm all for strengthening to save up a big superclub von these players but potential superclub. We went through this yesterday. Doesn't guarantee six. What did you say your role was super for. I said yesterday that. If i see you said yesterday cain in greeley need somebody to drive around the city is part of the deal i will happily do restraints. Come as well get a bigger car. Three of the four of us can drive. You said was when they will make a difference in cities ambitious ambitions. Obviously we know their emissions but whether those place will make a difference in the objective to win say champions league. Obviously james is really good player. I think probably on the best games he's had in his career. Was the champions league final straw. The way he played against rahim still particular day and really impressed me on the biggest occasion for somebody who sell young. I was surprised but then you see him playing for england him playing silver. I send it back for chelsea as well. Because i watched them in the fa cup final against leicester city as well. And i thought he did very very well against jaime body who's going to be less main threat and obviously they lost the game individual very good so when you see somebody that's in that talented. You see a bright future for them and to see him play. The city will be terrific but in the same breath. Why would chelsea let go. This is one of their own. Like i know. I think he's learned jane place united. But why. Why would they let go. But like i say absolutely that'd be happy if city every player available so the star from every team in the country and around your sign them still still won't guarantee anything but i mean hurricane reese james. That's going to be worrying for the clips around them. Well of course the only person who's not buying into this is native getting excited about his native and all he says is just going to drive this guys around. Everybody's got a role by the way it's important role. They gotta get from this point risk for that. I i hear you with you. All i would say is if you're everybody else and everybody else includes liverpool manchester united chelsea sewn and so forth. And you're seeing harry kane walking through that door of manchester city and you see in the other player that you've been interested in his really seen. He's walking through that door. And you go okay. What's left for the rest of us. What's left for the rest of us because this hurricane still elite is one of the best strikers and the world not not not the primarily in the world. Dag really is people being going crazy. Jag grilles this whole yours. He's got to play. Got a blade. Different player all talented. And he's going to be in that set of imagine how much better he's gonna get in that environment. I'm saying to myself if i'm any of those teams. I don't know that we can truly truly truly compete. Yeah we'll make competitive. Yeah we'll we'll make it interesting but at the end of the day. Are we going to be truly good enough to compete with this. I don't see more sizzling. Some signings had we thank chills around for joining us here. If you'd like to hear more from jill's you can download the gap and your mom also find out which last sixteen tie. Joel's his co. Comb london.

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"denmark" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"denmark" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Market this summer and you will find without problem in england for this money. I think don't even the bag has been very difficult season for him. He wants to stay and fight for the position. I don't think he would get these on the outsource care with all the competition. Derision fit so maybe for him it would be better to leave and certainly at the united would not would not keep him. And then there's the maciel situation really. Let's put it that way. Because he would want to start the club the again he knows. It's likely that. I play a lot next season between greenwood and caveney and rochford. I'm not where he stands exactly in the picking order. And i think that would be closed up to him. We really close to signing him before we made the big move from one not too much to the united states five years ago now. Things reportedly keen to grow for him because it would be much cheaper than what united paid for him so very interesting to see at least for the three players. What the next few weeks holds. What have you made joseph. Ed you think that would be worth to bring in jaden sancho when you see clubs the size of manchester united. You've got some place. You may be on a plane week in week out. There bishop people. The aim isn't to play half the games in a season so be coming off the bench and be an impact player. So there'll be people. I'm sure behalf thinking about leaving and if the opportunity came you probably jump at the chance but as far as central coming in goes i can bring him in. The squad was big before only gets bigger by bringing in more more and he's somebody who ultimately we'll be starting love games. So i think people would probably have to go and it'd be ashamed for link to go based on the season as just had but neither side of that coin is you know you'd expect to be in high demand because of how well he did because he felt like he'd transformed west palm in the second half of the season he was playing the play. The maybe a couple of times in the last four months of the year and deservedly so so it would be ashamed to lose that type of talent but also they've looked beyond him because they let them go in the first place so whatever is done down there. Maybe it doesn't necessarily have the same value building. As i say those from everybody else from the outside so i think negatively revolving door says what football is it will probably take out some place if central comes in. But there's nothing new there but when it's a club the size of the united tends to be a big name that leaves as well after what made him saying about Jesse lynn god's performances that west ham. Would it be a mistake now. Manchester united to let him go at this point be honest. I'm not sure. It's up to manchester united. Just lynn goddess renewed years old. He's got a year left on his contract. If i'm jesse lane goddamn advising jesse lynn. God i'm not sure why you extended manchester united. You show what you can do at another club or beat a smaller club in the premier league. Ut you make that move now you you dictate what your future is why you sign an extension just decided extension seek and give that back to manchester. United is beyond me as far as much as united goals. There are a number of players that that they can move on. You can move on the likes of matter and manage interesting. Tim freeing up speed. You won't get much money for them. But were you surprised that was still imagine for jones much united which nearly made me fall out of my chair when he forgot jones. Who was still around you. All throughout the goalkeeping situation in new between them. Both i'm not sure that they're either of them. Is happy playing second fiddle so whether you get money for them or it's just a matter of freeing up to bring in a gene sancho united mate can make those numbers work for them so it will be interesting to see how they manage those players and what their targets will be chills mentioned anthony. I always interesting to talk about a play like this as he reached his true potential defeo. La this sort of players that get you fired and because in moments you think. Oh i can do something with guy i can do. Something look at his skill. Look at the goal then that stops because he only does it one week at a time he only does it one game and then disappears for another three games. And then he's injure and.

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"denmark" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"denmark" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Shows you a little bit of something that we have seen from the whole group and that is maturation memphis. The talent was never a question is the maturity was he was his maturity going to catch up to his talent and he'd hat and you're seeing it also another place in this team when you put those things together you see debris on an eye. Netherlands should probably and they should be beating denmark. Whether they do it. That's a different question. You talk about maturity consistency as well memphis depends not shot of confidence. In fact he once said that if it was for more consistency he began talked about in the level of cristiano ronaldo and lionel messi. And that's a long time. We're going to mention them in the same two mentors by jones barcelona and then we are definitely in the best of him right now. Though one hundred percent. I think that maturity is made a big difference too because the talent. It's always been there. I think when he went to my tissue knots law pressure big boots and stuff like that never really saw the best of but from that point. He's gone out. And he's proven themselves to be one of the elite players in europe and to see store side and the system which overall kind suits him and he's being expressive with it. I think. I think it's a nice thing to see. But as lead through that when he goes the boss loan in a few weeks time. That's a whole different type of pressure different tests to try and be playing on that sort of level of somebody who's arguably not according to shocker. Anyway what are the greatest of all time is going to be interested in going to be great of all. I just don't see he's the greatest tilles wooding until he's my don't mess with native native is a little a little angry No bubbling under italy win these set of he's torn right because he picked.

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"denmark" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"denmark" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Something that there are. The can't give you. And i think and if he doesn't you've come far earlier than the minute however works in the end and things are thought what was really interesting tonight. These collectively struggled sorts of how they found the answer and they don't have a special player giving the kind of guys to make the decision when things. I really going your way however you see on. The first board from look at zola think wreck six different players from austria. But that was allowed because of the swiss beacons zola and in senior senior taking the wider position. Spinach comedian side very much. And then diagnosing from spinner dot jessica and again. You can do that. Because he's a right. Who plays as left back position. And i think that that's enough place. Something that they work a training that we've seen so far in these zeros and collectively with a move like that you found the answer in a game were. Are you from start to to answer that i. What did we learn shack then from that because there had been a thinking that perhaps italy in the group's hadn't been fully tested yet. This was a true test for them. Today it was from from the team that you didn't expect to give kind of fright did coming into this competition as much as we look at everybody on pros and cons to who the weather's the aging defense for belgium or anybody else. The only thing you could find. Italy is that despite their good run despite the records that they continue to to break. How'd against teams that you can expect that. They hadn't really been tested during not running. Pulpwood.

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"denmark" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"denmark" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"Body and with a sudden vigor of positive and occurred like eager droppings into milk the thin and wholesome blood so did it mine and the most instant tetter barked about most laser like with violent. Load some crust all mice move body verse. Was i sleeping by a brother's hand of life of crown of queen at once dispatched cutoff. Even in the blossoms of my sin on house alled disappointed on a kneeled. No reckoning made but sent to my account with all my imperfections on my head. Oh horrible horrible. Most horrible row past nature in the bear. It's not let not the royal bed of denmark. Be a couch for luxury and dominant incest but howsoever thou perceived. This act taint not die. Mind nor let die sold contrive against die. Mother ought leave her to heaven and to those phones that in her bosom large to prick and sting her they will at once. The glow worm shows the matton to be near and gins to pale his unaffected actual fire a do do hamlet remember me a exit. Oh you host of heaven earth what else and show i couple hell oh fi hold hold my heart and you send us grow not instant old bear me stiffly up remember the i thou poor ghost while memory holds a seat in this distracted globe. Remember the day from the table of my memory. I'll wipe away all trivial fond records all sorts of books all forms all pressures past that youth and observation copied there and i command meant all alone shall live within the book and volume of my brain on mixed with baser matter. Yes by heaven. Oh most pernicious woman oh villain villain smiling damn nick villain my tables meet. It is i. Set it down. That one may smile and smile and be a villain at least. I'm sure it may be so in denmark writing so uncle there you are now to my word. It is a jew jew. Remember me. I have sworn it my lord my lord my lord lord hamlet heaven. Secure him so be it. Hello ho my lord. Hello hello boy comfort. Come enter horatio and marcellus. How is my noble lord. What news my lord. Oh wonderful good my lord..

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"denmark" Discussed on Rocks Across the Pond

Rocks Across the Pond

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"denmark" Discussed on Rocks Across the Pond

"We won all games from there besides one. I think i believe so. We pretty much every game from that point on Which was lucky because the be group is so tough like the teams. There are really good. I was impressed with the level. Actually i don't think there's a ton of difference between the group and b group actually. Of course the top teams like niclas sanda. The scottish teams bruce and ross patterson the swiss teams Also very very good so those top teams are in the top of the group. But besides from that. I think the group and the beat group quite similar. I think you guys proved that you guys proved that the very next year when you went to the group in wound up in the semifinals. Right right I think. I think a group. That was my. That was my own team. I went to the group with for the first time. The secret bore my own team as well but a group with my own team. I was third by skip. And i think we played very well but it also helped us a lot that we were the underdogs. Pretty much for the yeah. I think that helps My team a lot Because nobody expected us to be able to play at that level. And i think we played the replayed our best at the right moments. So for example beating italy lee was tremendous for the results beating scotland as well with a big thing that helped us a lot as well and i think we were really proud of our performance at that age group. How good is How does curling kind of fit in the sports. Landscape there in in denmark. I'm guessing obviously you guys are really good at handball. In then i'm guessing like europe. I'm guessing soccer is probably the number one sport there but then how does curling fit into the sports landscape there. How low can you go out. No i think everybody in denmark we don't look at curling a sport and most people think it's not you don't have to be in good shape to play which is not true. I think Replaced very low. Like everybody thinks it's fun that you play curling it's interesting They know it's a tough game to play. But they don't think it's very physical. But which do it. I feel like it's Turning more and more into a very physical game like looking at brandon botches team for example. Like the amount of shots they make because those two sweepers is amazing. So i think more and more you have to have barely powerful sweepers to make it on the top level and not so much looking at the like the skill level of the of the players. It has to be high but even more so you have to have to strong guys on the front end sweeping for you so i think it's very physical and in denmark. Everybody thinks it's not a physical game at all. It's just a. They basically think you put on some ice skates and then go such sweep the floor like they always the same joke. Could you sweet my floors as well. Milk is that perception. Basically what you guys have to overcome to make the sport grow. Even we're in denmark. Yeah i think so. That's like that's why it's tough getting sponsors and stuff like that..

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"denmark" Discussed on Rocks Across the Pond

Rocks Across the Pond

05:07 min | 2 years ago

"denmark" Discussed on Rocks Across the Pond

"So i had a coaches from the get-go I started playing. I had the we had coaches once a week. At least and then when i started playing with my my junior team back in the day. Which is the same team. I went to the world championships with the junior world championships. We had a coach from defer. They want us well and he kept with us until we he thought he couldn't teach us anymore Yes so the local klopp here. They're very good at bringing in new players. And i think most of the clubs in denmark art because we're interested in getting more place into the sport. What are some of the things that they do. Well that you think brings in new players I think at the social aspect of the club's demarcus in denmark curling a very social sport We have i think all the clubs in denmark have their own club level for fun tournament with some cash money prizes for the top teams but a lot of players. Just come to play these for the fun of it And i think that's the main reason that a curling good demarcus. It's very social year. It's not escort us. A competitive as it is in for example canada. Where you only see the top teams. You never see like the the low level curlers until they get to that top level so your team so do you must also play on tour. So have you. What's your been able to do this season in terms of events right. So because lockdown we only played one international tournament this year we played in a the massless which was one of the first tournaments on the tour. I think it might actually be the first one on demand side on the world curling. Who are which was the only chairman. We've played this demark lockdown. And i think our like my team we were hesitant to go. Travel 'cause we didn't want to get infected so also money is a problem. Three of us are students so getting the money for travelling is tough So only one tournament sadly had a few others in mind but they were cancelled because of covid so sadly only one time in for us that we played a few local tournaments.

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"denmark" Discussed on Rocks Across the Pond

Rocks Across the Pond

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"denmark" Discussed on Rocks Across the Pond

"This is say we took this example and said okay we need to recruit people that are almost the same age as the members we already have to grow the sport and when we grow we get the economy to do a lot of different initiatives to get younger people into the club's not only focusing on the young people that we would really like to have but we need to focus on a broader scale to get more members to strengthen the the curling association overall and then we can of course if you get a lot of new members than you get a lot of of public publicity. Get a lot of people playing curling and well then well one thing leads to another and and people start to curl because i know somebody who does and then the young people they will come. I'm sure of that but focusing only there well. I think that has been a mistake. So what are the greatest challenges facing growing the game in denmark. We waited admired. He said the. There's a perception in denmark. And i think a lot of places that curling isn't the most physically demanding sport and it's a bit looked down onto certain extent but you've also said that you have a bit of prestige from your kind of olympic success. So what is the federation done to address these kinds of challenges. Yup i think mass is absolutely right. I can hear it myself. Sometimes when i'm meet people new people say i curl well. Then they look a bit skeptical. Edmonds say well is that actually is that really a sport is that is that really something that you want to tell people that you do and and of course. I think it's the same here that we have not been good enough to actually tell what is curling to tell. How demanding is it. Actually we can see when when the club when clubs host guest events when everyday a people who just heard about curling they decide to to come with their friends and family and say okay..

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"denmark" Discussed on Rocks Across the Pond

Rocks Across the Pond

04:50 min | 2 years ago

"denmark" Discussed on Rocks Across the Pond

"Brian both find danish curling. really fascinating. because it's it's done quite kind of quite well for the size of its federation it Do you normally tend to qualify for the olympics and obviously not every time in every discipline but there's normally a danish team in the olympics. You won your women's team won the first silver medal back in nineteen ninety eight but there's also times. Danish curling has fallen down to the sea pool in european curling as well so obviously this interesting story there about a kind of a small country. That kind of can do very well. It's also sometimes in a bit a precarious situation and might even at in in nineteen ninety eight as you mentioned before we want the first This middle and actually it's If i'm not mistaken. I think it's the only middle that denmark has won the winter winter olympics. Oh wow so in any discipline at all in the winter olympics. Yeah at least a silver medal. I think i think so i. I was in canada at the time. When i remember the match. His against scientists moore and it was the first time i canadian team when a gold medal dealing ended a two. And i remember at the time the announcers in canada denmark did not have any curling rinks. I'm not sure if that was true. certainly it's rinks now but so keita's tells the history of curling rinks in denmark than yes. I think it's actually true. At that point we did not have curling rinks then everybody a all curling clubs. They had to show the ice with ice hockey. Lord escaped skaters and well for everybody who has played on ice hockey ice. They know it's not the same as playing an educated curling ice rink so so afterwards actually We have had full curling rinks dedicated curling rinks in denmark and and actually going to have another one in the end of this year. We are going to have another one in in the central copenhagen central denmark in olson..

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